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Salad in Japanese 馃嚡馃嚨


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salad 銈点儵銉
How to say “salad” in Japanese? “銈点儵銉”. Here you will learn how to pronounce “銈点儵銉” correctly and in the comments below you will be able to get all sorts of advice on salad in Japanese like tips & tricks to remember it, questions, explanations and more.

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銈点儵銉 info.

Tips to remember the Japanese word:
– The word "銈点儵銉" (sarada) sounds very similar to the English word "salad," making it easier to remember.
– Visualize a bowl of salad and recall the word "sarada" to reinforce the connection in your memory.
– Break it down: "銈" (sa) + "銉" (ra) + "銉" (da). Each sound is distinct and can be practiced separately.

Explanations:
– "銈点儵銉" is a straightforward loanword from English, retaining the meaning.

Other words that mean the same thing:
– "閲庤彍" (銈勩仌銇, yasai) means "vegetables." While it doesn't mean salad directly, it often refers to the primary ingredients in a salad.

Alternate meanings like slang:
– "銈点儵銉" generally doesn鈥檛 have slang meanings and is mostly used to refer to the food item. However, in some contexts, terms like "銉勩儕銈点儵銉" (tsuna sarada, tuna salad) or "銉曘儷銉笺儎銈点儵銉" (fur奴tsu sarada, fruit salad) get specialized meanings referring to those specific types of salads.

Examples of sentences that use it:
1. 浠婃棩銇樇銇旈/銇偟銉┿儉銇仐銈堛亞銇ㄦ濄仯銇︺亜銇俱仚銆
(銇嶃倗銇嗐伄銇层倠銇斻伅銈撱伅銇曘倝銇犮伀銇椼倛銇嗐仺銇娿倐銇c仸銇勩伨銇欍)
Ky艒 no hirugohan wa sarada ni shiy艒 to omotteimasu.
I think I'll have salad for lunch today.

2. 銇撱伄銉偣銉堛儵銉炽伄銈点儵銉銇柊楫仹銇娿亜銇椼亜銇с仚銆
(銇撱伄銈屻仚銇ㄣ倝銈撱伄銇曘倝銇犮伅銇椼倱銇涖倱銇с亰銇勩仐銇勩仹銇欍)
Kono resutoran no sarada wa shinsen de oishii desu.
The salad at this restaurant is fresh and delicious.

3. 姣庢棩銈点儵銉銈掗銇广倠銇伅鍋ュ悍銇壇銇勩仹銇欍
(銇俱亜銇仭銇曘倝銇犮倰銇熴伖銈嬨伄銇亼銈撱亾銇嗐伀銇勩亜銇с仚銆)
Mainichi sarada o taberu no wa kenk艒 ni ii desu.
Eating salad every day is good for your health.

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